LibriVox recording of The Wit of Women by Kate Sanborn. Read in English by Joseph Tabler; Maria de Fátima da Silva; Mayah; Siobhan McAlpin; Kate Follis; Sherri Lothridge; Treefairy; Gloria Begemann; Jan Moorehouse; Mary Escano It is refreshing to find an unworked field all ready for harvesting. While the wit of men, as a subject for admiration and discussion, is now threadbare, the wit of women has been almost utterly ignored and unrecognized. With the joy and honest pride of a discoverer, I present the results of a summer's gleaning. And I feel a cheerful and Colonel Sellers-y confidence in the success of the book, for every woman will want to own it, as a matter of pride and interest, and many men will buy it just to see what women think they can do in this line. In fact, I expect a call for a second volume! Kate Sanborn. Hanover, N.H., August, 1885. - Summary by Carolin For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording.
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